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 Bangladesh on Mahatma Gandhi

Bangladesh on Mahatma Gandhi

Complete Set of 3 nos of commemorative postage stamps on Mahatma Gandhis visit at Noakhali in 1946 :

mahatma-gandhis-visit-at-noakhali-1946-bangladesh-setenant-stamps-2013Issued by Bangladesh

Issued on Feb 15, 2011

Issued for : INDIPEX2011, World Philatelic Exhibition

Picture :
10t  Mahatma Gandhi on the way to Noakhali, November, 1946 at Laksham Railway Station
15t & 20t – Mahatma Gandhi‘s visit at Noakhali, 1946

Colour : Multicolour

Type : Setenant set of 3 StampsMint condition

Denomination : 10, 15 & 20 Taka

About : 

  • Your beliefs become your thoughts,
    Your thoughts become your words,
    Your words become your actions,
    Your actions become your habits,
    Your habits become your values,
    Your values become your destiny.M. K. Gandhi
  • 1869
    Born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar in Gujarat.
  • 18881891
    Studied Law in London.
  • 1893
    Sailed for South Africa.
  • 1915
    Returned to India from South Africa.
  • 1922
    Ended NonCooperation movement against British Raj after his followers were involved in a series of riots and disturbances that violated his policy of nonviolence.
  • 1930
    Led Dandi March to collect salt in protest of the British Salt Tax.
  • 1932
    Fasted to protest the treatment of people who belonged to no Hindu caste, the Harijans or Untouchables.
  • 1942
    Launched Quit India Movement against British Raj.
  • 1948
    Assassinated by Nathuram Godse, a Hindu extremist.
  • I offer you peace.
    I offer you love.
    I offer you friendship.
    I see your beauty.
    I hear your need.
    I feel your feelings. – M. K. Gandhi
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February 14, 2024 5:57 pm

[…] the poor. While doing his graduation, he left college to join Quit India Movement on the call of Mahatma Gandhi. As an ardent activist of freedom movement, he had to undergo rigorous imprisonment for 26 months. […]

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